Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923
Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923

Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923

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American Presbyterian Mission. Minutes of the Mid-China Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the United States 1914-1923. Shanghai: Commercial Press, Limited, 1914-1923. First Editions. [5768]

10 years worth of Minutes bound in black cloth bindings, 6 x 8 1/2 inches. The issues vary in length, 75-100 pp. each. Generally clean with a few incidental notations. Includes indices. Small historical society stamps on the first page of each volume. Ink stamp of the Executive Committee of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. on the ffep of each volume; the years (1914-1918 or 1919-1923) contained in each written in white pencil on the spines. Good. Hardcover.

There is a duplicate issue for 1914 in the first volume. The wrappers are not bound in with these Minutes, but we have single issues with them, and from them we take the imprints. They were all published in Shanghai, with Presbyterian Mission Press as publisher until about 1912, then Commercial Press Limited.

The Mid-China Mission records were published from 1894 to 1941 and include minutes and reports from the various stations of the mission - Hangchow, Kashing, Kiangyin, Sinchang, and Soochow - and frome the hospitals and schools operated by the PCUS at those stations. The records include records of missionaries, Chinese evangelists, Chinese "Bible-Women," Chinese teachers and Chinese medical staff.